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to heights. >> dan: this is wild stuff. zach votter is real bionic man. his leg is replaced with prosthetic. >> he controls the movement west side the thoughts. and he is going to climb willit's tower. >> dan: good for him. >> larry beil is here. >> trouble for the warriors. the game what was one thing but a ♪ [ male announcer ] start with an all new award winning car. good. now find the most hard core driver in america. that guy, put him in it. what's this? [ male announcer ] tell him he's about to find out. you're about to find out. [ male announcer ] test it. highlight the european chassis, 6 speed manual, dual exhaust, wide stance, clean lines, have him floor it, spin it, punch it, drift it, put it through its paces, is he happy? oh ya, he's happy! [ male announcer ] and that's how you test your car for fun. easy. >>> good evening, potentially devastating loss for the warriors in their home opener. brandon rush with a knee injury that appears to be serious. warriors sparing no expense to the introduction, bridge to san francisco. rudy gay going back to a monster reverse jam. brandon g
to push himself to heights. >> dan: this is wild stuff. zach votter is real bionic man. his leg is replaced with prosthetic. >> he controls the movement west side the thoughts. and he is going to climb willit's tower. >> dan: good for him. >> larry beil is here. >> trouble for the warriors. the game what was one thing but a knee >>> good evening, potentially devastating loss for the warriors in their home opener. brandon rush with a knee injury that appears to be serious. warriors sparing no expense to the introduction, bridge to san francisco. rudy gay going back to a monster reverse jam. brandon going up with the dunk and watch the landing. comes down on his left knee. he was in instant agony. could be gone for a long time. curry making up for a poor performance on wednesday night. warriors down by four at the break. but memphis would out score them 24-16 in the third quarter. that is high-low, inside with zach randolph. mark had 21 points to lead them and 104-94. >> dwight howard and lakers taking on the clippers. check out jordan, it's good to be seven feet tall. fourth quar
, quarterback young and still made some mistakes but played extremely hard. stepfan played hard, zach ertz and our offense making this happen. >> heather: how important is this win to this program? >> it's very important, we want to cy say we can beat anybody we play, no matter what they're ranked, what we're ranked, what everybody else says doesn't matter. when we play our best we can play with anybody in the country and we can get better, we can play better, cut down our turnovers this might not a close game. >> reporter: much different team than last week. how about the quarterback change? >> always confident, about how we play not who we play. we don't get blown up about who we play. we play extremely hard. our quarterback mobility, couple times tonight was huge. got to take care of the football so much better but a lot of confidence to play really well. >> heather: enjoy the win. >> brent: one of the plays of the year. this was tight end zach ertz, instant replay spent several minutes looking at this overand over and over again and they rule correctly that the right shoulder touched t
. throws it up for zach. zach comes down with it, but they rule it incomplete, say it landed out of bounds. but take a look at the replay. the review booth reversed the call. they called it a touchdown! it would be tied at 14 and it would go into overtime. wow. in that extra period, alejandro, off the upright! now, when stanford scores, they win! here's hogan. loose ball. who is gonna fall on it? wild scramble for it. and stanford recovers. with that set up, a shot -- and remember the fiesta bowl? missed the game-winning kick? but he got it here from 37 yards. and stanford upsets bcs no. 2 oregon in eugene, 17-14. wow! >>> another week, another no. 1 gone. kansas state-baylor bears. collin picked off three times for tonight. i love that name. busted for 80 yards for the house, and it was a beat-down. k-state, 52-24, no. 1 and no. 2 in the bcs, both gone! now that loss was great news for those in south bend. yeah. george atkinson, they're gonna be no. 1 when they come out next week. >>> all right. now, auditioning tonight to keep his job, if he was, it did not end well. nine-yard score. and
of a deal? you're scaring the kids. cnbc contributor zach caramel is more optimistic. while mike santoli says a deal is already priced into the market. mr. party pooper, why do you think we get no deal at all? >> the same composition of congress existed before the election is what we have after the election. nothing happened before then. i'm just repeating what lawmakers said. chris van howen, representative out of maryland, said if nothing is done before they go on summer recess, you have to suspect nothing can get done by the end of the year. everybody is concentrating on this december 31st deadline. actually december 14th is the final day for congress. they can work through the holidays to try to get this deal done. we're looking at $600 billion according to the cbo and if you really want to look at all of 2013, you are looking at $800 billion to $900 billion. it is hard to imagine they could come to terms with everything that needs to be taken care of in just a few weeks from now. >> what happens to the markets if we miss that deadline, todd? >> they're going lower. look at federal s
for the touchdown. the huskies go up by one, they led 21-13. zach maynard the cal quarterback injured his left knee on this play. cal now 3 and 7 as they lose from 21-13 final. we are coming back later on, on cbs5. a special 8:00 newscast. why? because we are following lsu and alabama, the biggest college football game on the board. see you later, everybody. are forced to ration gas rm sandy. >>> coming up, one more look at today's top stories. where drivers are forced to ration gas, due to superstorm sandy. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents fabulous but...when i add chicken, barbecue sauce... and cheese...and roll it up woo-wee! i've made a barbecue chicken crescent chow down. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. the number of people killedn superstorm sandy in the >>> here's a look at this morning's top stories. the number of people killed in superstor
in a motorcycle accident helped to test a new prosthetic controlled by his thoughts. 31-year-old zach voder tested the leg friday at the sky rise fund-raising event. he climbed 103 flights of stairs with the members of the rehab center cheering him on all of the way. it is the first test in public. the leg is designed to respond from electrical pulses from the head and the hamstring. this raised funds for the rehab center. incredible pictures to watch. trying to get over that, and also the rescue out there at the bay. incredible, but they are all okay. >>> thanks for watching this special edition of bay area news. we have x finity sports sunday up next with jim koez more and then the 11:00 news coming up after that.
now climbed to the world's tallest skr esest skysc. zach walters climbed the 103 floors to chicago's willis tower in under an hour with no breaks. the first person ever to complete the task wearing a mind-controlled -- yeah, mind-controlled prosthetic limb. >>> a glimmer of hope that it nhl season could be saved. negotiations resumed over the yeengsd weekend for the first time in two weeks and now a are you round of talks is up for tomorrow. for the rest of the sports highlights here's espn. >>> good morning, i'm hakim dermish with your "sportscenter" colts head coach chuck pagano attended the first game sunday after being diagnosed with leukemia. and the colts played strong. andrew luck and the colts hosting the dolphins, first quarter. luck found a leaping reggie wayne in the back of the end zone. 7-3. wayne, seven catches, 78 yards. that t.d. holds up, 7-3. second quarter, reggie bush takes the handoff. skips the defender. 18-yard touchdown, 17-10, dolphins. third quarter, luck. deep to d-wide hilton in double coverage. 36-yards. lofted the rookie record going for 334 yards and
. a perfect pass to zach earth. hogan's third touchdown pass on the afternoon. stanford hangs on to win it 27- 23. keeping its rose bowl hopes alive. taylor becomes the first player in stanford history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three straight seasons. >>> back the pass with the police on. right -- to pass with the blitz on. right, nice spin move and he's in. >> so much to be excited about for the new mexico state fans. 24-0 spartans still in the first half spartans up 30-0. andrew manley loses the football. it's scooped up by benwickerry. the 37-yard fumble return for a touchdown. 37-0. and another huge day for the quarterback fails. four more touchdowns this one to right end ryan otton. san jose state now 8-2 on the year. >>> well, number six florida trying to avid an upset tie -- avoid an upset tied with 13 seconds to go. the gators block the punt. jenkins gets to it and returns it for a touchdown. florida escapes by louisiana lay fay et 27- lafayette 27-20. >>> little high school football. quarterback jack skin on the slant for the touchdown. fib winning 21-6. >>> one word to sum up
a fumble, stanford gets the chance to take over. hogan finds zach for a 13-yard td. three touchdowns and stanford completes the upset 27-23. >>> san jose state at new mexico state. second quarter, spartans up 30. aggiess quarterback manly just dropped the ball. scoops it up for a touchdown. that would end manly's day. third quarter, david continues to succeed. his fourth td of the day. this from the tight end ryan otten. spartans win 47-7 and are 8-2 on the season. way to go, spartans. what about hoops? warriors coming off a 24-point loss to the lakers last night hosting denver. he missed the first ten shots of the game but in overtime, six seconds left he blows away thompson and then in double overtime warriors by one. gal narry a thu huge three pointer. warriors fall 101-101. jackson was upset after the game. that will do it for xfinity sports desk. tomorrow we will be all over the nfl. rams at niners, raiders at ravens. back to you. >> all right. thank you, henry. >>> some high-flying daredevils tock over mccovey cove today. you are looking at the red bull show. the event challeng
keith urban with the zach brown band. cm a's tonight at eight. >> taylor swift. all right. before the country [inaudible] >> check out the new episode of the list at seven. here is a look at what they are working on tonight. >> this evening women's hockey team is ready to take to the ice for their first ever home game. >>> and it's world vegan day. some of the best deals around town. that and more. oh! green mountain coffee! how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa, and you'll always find your favorite. with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. and i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. . >>> here we are committed to giving you the information that you need when you head to the polls in november. so as part of our our commitment we are bringing you interview was the candidates. joining me is eric knowles. thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. >> let's talk about you brought a statement for us.
and alabama cruising at the half 14-3. here come the titans. zach mettenberger to jarvis landry. right now, lsu cling to go a three-point lead late fourth quarter. notre dame severely tested toot at home against pittsburgh. second overtime. notre dame cierre wood fumbles at the goal line. pitt recovers and all they have to do is kick a field goal and walk out of south bend with an upset win. instead, kevin harper, no, sir. wide right. game extended. we go to a triple overtime. on pitt on pitt's triple overtime. notre dame 9-0 for the first time since 1993. they take on boston college a game you can see on abc. oregon and usc. oregon marcus mariota. 304 yards and four touchdowns on the afternoon. kenjon barner putting up tech know bowl type numbers. 321 yards rushing and five touchdowns. oregon rolls 62-51. coming up here is another barner touchdown run. the 62 points and 730 yards of offense are the most points and yards allowed by usc in school history. they fall again 62-51. the weekend isn't over of college football until we say it is. you want more football? right now on espn2, oregon
>> gary: well, zach mettenberger showed up in the second half. he was 4 for 5 going into this drive. now he is 1 for 2 in this drive. both throws were good. put in a spot where nobody can get it. i know my team up to this point hasn't been as good as last year, but we can be better because of number 8. alabama will have to earn this win in death valley. >> verne: 3rd down and 7. on the side. mettenberger under pressure. it is caught. this is jarvis landry. >> [cheers and applause]. >> gary: it was a zone blitz. if you don't get to the quarterback, you have a safety covering. number 6 again. a step late and vinnie sunseri cannot make the play. when you do the zone blitz there is not a lot of guys back there. you are giving them space in exchange for an extra rusher. >> verne: toss right side. down to the 14 yardline goes hill. tiger stadium a brand new attendance record by the way in the 89th year of the stadium. there have been expansions. it's 14-10. lsu had an early lead. 2 unanswered by alabama. the last right before the half. les miles rolled the dice on a couple of plays and ca
more about marty's amazing live, we will bring in our tech expert and our correspondent. >> hey, zach been this is such a sad day. >> marty was infected. >> yes, he was just a couple years old. >> marty was owned by chris torres, and he created a image of the pat with a pop tart bardy and flying through face. >> marty the cat has touched the lives of many across the world. let's be happy for what marty gave us. >> he might be flying in space right now with rainbows behind him in cat heaven. >> exactly. >> sofie's mom says this little girl is like a magnet. >> i'm coming to the table. >> she is four years old, and as you see, she has no arms, but she can do everything ohs can do with her toes. >> and she wants every last drop, so she puts down the bowl. >> yummy yummy in my tummy. >> she can feed herself and take care of her personal hiygiene. >> you can tell she is a really positive amazing little girl. >> at this point, i thought she would stick her face under the faucet, but she still uses her feet. she is adopted, they have eight kids, all five children from china had some kind of
. >> sup, zach? >> is this a time lapse? >> it is. this is a model from august 2006 to april 2007. aerosol you're probably thinking of spray cans. >> aqua net. >> aerosol is actually the suspension of liquid or solid particles in a gas. >> so we're seeing solid particles like dust, debris, sulfates, sea salt, things like that. >> carbons, yes, exactly. it's common for dust from the sahara to move all the way over to florida and it sometimes causes haze in the air. >> from the sahara? >> this is showing ou interconnected our planet is. >> the butterfly effect. 90% of aerosols are natural, but the other 10% are caused by humans. you notice that especially in the eastern u.s., europe and most notably india and other parts of asia. >> it feels one world. you know, we're all in one world. there really are no problems. look at how interconnected we are. >> can't we all get along? we all share the same dust. that's my birthday. that's what was going on on my birthday, march 20th. >> you were sniffing those aerosols. >> i was over in pennsylvania getting covered in those aerosols. >>> it's gorilla
. grizzlies, rudy gay throwing down the first dunk. here is rush going up for the dunk, hammered by zach randolph and he was in agony. he'll have an mri today and curry making up for his poor shooting pear perform answer on wednesday. warriors up at the break but memphis took over in the third quarter. nice bounce pass. fourth quarter, mark gasol with two of his 21. grizzlies over the warriors 104-49. >> dwight howard and lakers taking the clippers on. third quarter. jordan here, tip slam. throwing it down with authority. clippers up 69-63. fourth quarter. odom the ex-laker from way downtown, bang. late fourth, clippers on the break here, with a save and jamal crawford and clips win, lakers are now 0-3 despite 40 from kobe. >>> cal football team played their first friday night game in berkeley. allen is out with a knee injury. this was a sloppy turnover game. a gold out at mom stadium. not a golden performance by either team. cal driving the first quarter. this leads to a bishop td run. washington up 7-0. to the second quarter and cal, this is good call. row verse to chris harper who has
. hammered by zach randolph in the air and lands awkwardly on the left knee. he was in agony. he will have an mri today and he could be gone for a while. steph curry making up for his poor shooting performance on wednesday. 17 points, 3 insists in the -- assists in the first half. warriors down 4 at the break. memphis took over in the third quarter. here's randolph. nice bounce pass. memphis by 12 after three. fourth quarter, marc gasol with two of his team-high 21. grizzlies over the warriors, 104-94. >>> the battle of l.a., dwight howard and the lakers look for their first win of the season, taking the clippers on at staples. third quarter, deandre jordan here. the tip slam. throwing it down with authority! clippers up 69-63. fourth quarter, lamar odom, the ex-laker, bang. 87-75, clips. late fourth. clippers on the break. off the safe, blake griffin, ex-warrior jamal crawford and the clippers win. they are 0-3 and the clippers despite 40 from kobe. will host the warriors tonight. the cal football team played their first-ever friday night game in berkeley. the bears hosting washington. th
of apple. >> all right. zach, you're not, though, are you? >> 635 is awfully precise, rich. i'm glad your price target was 666, otherwise we would have had to head for the hills. look, i love apple as a company. i love apple products. i've held the stock for ten years. but once you've -- and i've been saying this long before the recent pullback. i'm wrong about a lot of things. i was right about this one. once you become a $500 billion company that is, you know, an overweight of 6, 7%, it is awfully difficult to continue that run. other people take profits, as they've been doing, i think, wrongly ahead of a fear of dividend tax rates. then you have just the issue of, you know, where does this become an overweight again? a 7% overweight. >> right here, zach. if becomes an overweight right here, down 25% from that high. ten times earnings. 0.5 peg. this is the premier company in consumer electronics. this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. this is a great trade. premier company, no question about it. premier stock. exxon has been a premier company for a long time. for a long timmpany went
into the medical history books. zach climbed to the top of chicago's willis tower today using a trailblazing prosthetic leg that responds to his thoughts. he made it in less than an hour with no breaks. >>> and a little humor on election eve. in the wake of hurricane sandy, new jersey governor chris christie has been making headlines, as you might know, showing up on "saturday night live" last night, sort of, with his newfound friendship with president obama. >> i would like to give a sincere thanks to president obama with how he handled the situation. on election day, i'm voting for mitt romney, but if i had to pick one guy to have my back in a crisis, it would be barack obama. he's been amazing. you know, so kind, such a leader, a true inspiration. again, i'll be a good soldier, i'll vote for romney, but i'm going to hate it. do you hear me? >> got to love "snl" in an election year. >>> and when we come back here tonight, if you really want to know who's going to one on election night, perhaps there's one question we should all be asking. are you ready? time to compare plans and see what's
. careporter: most of the voters the zach gelnet, a romney lipporter, have been visited three or four times. how many phone calls? how many door knocks? >> i get a ton, especially on my home office phone. i must get six or seven a day. a deporter: but both campaigns oth believe virginia will be decided by the better ground cided after the candidates spent $86 af ntllion here on ad time and hundreds of hours in campaign time virginia is still up for grabs. wyatt andrews, leesburg, virginia. stpelley: that meningitis outbreak linked to tainted steroids has taken another life. it's spread to more than a third tality states with 409 cases reporting. the latest fatality brings the death toll to 30. a notorious mobster out of prison an din the hospital. unny ntory coming up. [ sighs ] thank you! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! and it gave me my custom number. my arches needed more support until i got my number at the free dr. scholl's foot mapping center. i'm a believer! and you will be too! learn where to find your number at drscholls.com. it's eb. want to give your fam
dependence on foreign oil. zach bayer works where finding alternative fuels is what it's all b time, it was an unprecedented marriage of biology and chemistry resulting in a break through. >> what brought two fields back together, elevenaging the >> bayer is a lead author on research yielded a fuel made from plant material not food sources like corn but corn stalk or grass or trees for that matter. the key is natural sugars in the plant. >> we can get blendable fuels. and to expand the camibility. >> they found a way to take out toxic butanol in acetone and a way to vaporize it. we were close to this goal after the 1970s oil crisis and never made it we have more technology. this is very much depending on political will to make this happen. it has to be that with washington. >> ah, washington. the study published in today's issue of the journal nature. >> up next a 9-year-old girl becoming a star. she says she has other sports ambitions. . >>> now sh a running back tearing up the football field. >> she is becoming a you tube sensation with all of the moves. >> that comet is 9-year-ol
'm zach from florida, and i was curious of your future plans at the 2016 election, and if that's in the plans. >> well, i think that the last thing people want to hear right now is anybody with future maps going to 2016. i mean, that's like sticking the finger in the throughout ready to throw up just over how sick we are of presidential politics at this moment, but staying involved, trying to provide a voice here for issues that i think are really important, and those issues are civil liberties, and those issues are spending, nd those issues are the endless wars that we find ourselves in creating more enemies to the country than fewer. john: on the scale between fun and horribly grueling, what was the campaign like? [laughter] >> it was exactly that. [laughter] it was fun to horribly grueling. looking forward here to fun here, so looking forward to fun. [laughter] >> governor johnson, i heard yourself and judge gray filed a case of the anti-trust laws of the republicans and democrats monopolizing the debates. is this correct? what came of it in? >> we filed, it's pending, ther
over the place really. zach maynard and his brother the team's most dangerous threat. they are both injured. the ducks come in averaging 54 points per game. >> it seems like they have speed all-around the board now. so i think the team speed really stands out. their offense gets a lot of attention and deservedly so. but their defense is excellent. it is an all-around really good team, really good football team. >> you have to see this. the engine explodes. it was during a qualifying session. imagine driving that vehicle right there. scary. beckman turns out is fine. look at him get out of the car. no problem. he walked away without a scratch. although he joked that if somebody wanted to donate a left eyebrow he would gladly accept it. just look at this thing go up in flames here. the whole car isy advice rated. he survives that and is fine today. absolutely amazing. test meant to the safety of the vehicle outside of the explosion of course. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. i don't think that's the way they designed it, but it is amazing he is okay. >> quickly, with t
really. zach maynard and his brother the team's most dangerous threat. they are both injured. the ducks come in averaging 54 points per game. >> it seems like they have speed all-around the board now. so i think the team speed really stands out. their offense gets a lot of attention and deservedly so. but their defense is excellent. it is an all-around really good team, really good football team. >> you have to see this. the engine explodes. it was during a qualifying session. imagine driving that vehicle right there. scary. beckman turns out is fine. look at him get out of the car. no problem. he walked away without a scratch. although he joked that if somebody wanted to donate a left eyebrow he would gladly accept it. just look at this thing go up in flames here. the whole car isy advice rated. he survives that and is fine today. absolutely amazing. test meant to the safety of the vehicle outside of the explosion of course. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. i don't think that's the way they designed it, but it is amazing he is okay. >> quickly, with the lakers, i know p
. ka cal is 3-7 and they got injuries, zach maynard and keannan allen are both hurt. >> it seems like they have speed all around the board in every position. i think the team's speed really stands out. offense gets a lot of attention, but their defense is excellent. it's an all around really good football team. >> you got see this. funny car driver engine explodes during a qualifying session in pomona. he was fine. he walked away without a scratch. he joked later on if somebody wanted to donate a left eyebrow he would gladly accept. unbelievable. we've got notre dame, boston college at 5:00 p.m. followed by another issue of "lexus after the game." i'm larry beil. >> coming up next, "abc 7 news" follows up on the evacuation of a peninsula hotel. you will hear from a doctor whose miracle diag >> terry: big story out of washington will directly impact the bank accounts of every american. they are locked in a high stakes duel to prevent taxmageddon. here is the latest from the white house. >> thanks everybody. >> if you listen to the president. >> not every detail of the plan. i'm open to
and his fans, and a real expert on individual freedom, the cato institute, david bowes. >> i'm zach from florida, and i was curious of your future plans at the 2016 election, and if that's in the plans. >> well, i think that the last thing people want to hear right now is anybody with future maps going to 2016. i mean, that's like sticking the finger in the throughout ready to throw up just over how sick we are of presidential politics at this moment, but staying involved, trying to provide a voice here for issues that i think are really important, and those issues are civil liberties, and those issues are spending, nd those issues are the endless wars that we find ourselves in creating more enemies to the country than fewer. john: on the scale between fun and horribly grueling, what was the campaign like? [laughter] >> it was exactly that. [laughter] it was fun to horribly grueling. looking forward here to fun here, so looking forward to fun. [laughter] >> governor johnson, i heard yourself and judge gray filed a case of the anti-trust laws of the republicans and democrats monopolizing
falls on it. the cardinal take over and from there it's hogan again. a perfect pass to zach earth. hogan's third touchdown pass on the afternoon. stanford hangs on to win 27-23 keeping its rose bowl hopes alive. taylor becomes the first player in stanford history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three straight seasons. >>> back to pass with the blitz on. sends it off right side complete. nice spin move and he's in. that's a touchdown. for the spartans. >> jeff matthews from aggie vision on the call. not much to be excited about for new mexico state fans. san jose state dominating the aggies. 24-0 spartans. still, in the first half. spartans up 30-0 at this point. andrew man lee, loses the football. and then it's scooped up by benwickerry for the 37-yard fumble return for a touchdown. 37-0. another huge day for the quarterback fails. four more touchdowns this one to tight end ryan otton. final score 47-7. san jose state now 8-2 on the year. >>> usc and arizona state up 21- 17. matt barkley on the screen pass to curtis mcneil and mcneil gets through the a suh defense and into -- asu defense
? here are some of your responses. >> zach from far go north dakota says it is ridiculous. >> thanks everybody who responded. as altways keep your comments coming. it is 5 minutes before the hour. still ahead what some would call a compliment but what one 80-year-old man says he couldn't get served at hooters because he didn't have his id on him. 80 years old. we will explain. can you figure out what the word of the day is? stick around for the answer. there it is. coming up next. snolt snolt about 6:00 in the east coast. we look at good, the bad and ugfirst the good. happens of soldiers spending veterans day cleaning up homes in rockaway, new york. one of the hardest cities hit by super storm sandy . the bad. a 80 year old man was carded at hooters. he didn't have id on him. they couldn't serve alcohol. he of was told by the manager that is the policy. >> board of health meeting tempers flared. the man who flipped the table was mad about the way board filed complaints in his son's autobody shop. >> bill kilmeade is here
. >> zach, it seems like the things that you guys have going for you is you guys actually read code, right? >> correct. >> you understand chip architecture. i would imagine the barriers to entry just in terms of understanding how this business works have got to be pretty high. >> absolutely. we're deeply religious about the technology. that's the way you need to be in order to invest in early stage big companies. if the technology is not there it's not an investment for data collective. >> talk to me about how the process of raising capital is going for you now. obviously we've got some uncertainties in the market. we have had a bit of a slip here. matt, getting easier, harder, no change? >> well, i think for firms with the right structure and the right historical results, that it is not trivial but not painful. so we're actually very happy with the progress we're making. >> zach, i'll ask you to be specific for those people who may understand the space already, what things to you are most interesting? can you break it down between things that are leveraged to a consumer versus a business-
know. lsu facing arkansas second quarter lsu on the move. zach netten berger over themjiq% middle and and is this for real? one handed and unreal. final second... final play. l1ól/5 business, it's off to a start for the season make it 5-0 playing lower pacific today right? 32 yesterday 16 today. story early was ross riviera. driving, scoring two of his 18 gales. tigers shoot 53% from the field. lor yenzo mccool, you mccan. gales first loss of the year, warriors in denver tonight. david lee driving, blocked. nuggets other way. cory brewer, no. behind him now 31-30, warriors. that is this abc 7 sports report. brought to you by mercedes-benz. >> thank you. >> yes. >> that is it nor edition of abc 7 news. from the entire abc 7 news team good night. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant.
ralphco zach that shows jesus leaning back d not laughing guffawing. >> a real knee-slapper. >> it's a real knee-slapper, that's right. >> do you find that gained any assemble tans in the united states? >> yeah, i mean, that picte is fairly popular. >> the phenomenon, the potential reality. we know jesus was all human, we know he was all god because he has a divine nature, i say "we know," this is the christian theology, at least that's catholic theology and it's i think still -- a few orthodox episcopalian, you're a episcopalian. >> sure. >> who believe in the die vin origin, there's a dual nature, a god and man nature but both were fully fulfilled, if you're fully fulfilled human sense incongruity and laugh, right. >> correct. >> when you mention this to people it seems inappropriate, does it not? >> it does because people think religion's supposed to be serious. >> you think it's a joke. >> the laughing jesu jesus? >> no, do you think religious is a joke. >> absolutely not. >> but not incomparable with laughter. >> no, in fact, there's been very good books about laughter and way
to zach. he was in the uncovered discover. so we have a couple of your pictures that were award winning. tell me about them. >> sure. i think it is -- there it is. that's from ganna. this last summer, both through africa and middle east and did this photography. this was outside of a window. >> we have another one of your photos. and i noticed you did black and white. what's kind of your tip on doing black and white. >> thinking shapes and forms and how the composition of the image works out. there's framing and you can see how his hat is being taken off at a certain point. really focusing on the moment i guess. >> how does it feel to be a winner? >> feels great. >> anything you would like to photograph that you haven't gotten to photograph? >> just to continue exploring. >> the world right? >> yeah. >> thank you so much. congratulations. >>> and last but not least, won third place in the contemporary life category. tell me about your photo which is just alive with color. >> thank you. this photograph was taken which is african american neighborhood. and i just happened to be there ex
romney campaign. >> reporter: most of the voters like zach gelnet, a romney supporter, have been visited three or four times. how many phone calls? how many door knocks? >> i get a ton, especially on my home office phone. i must get six or seven a day. >> reporter: but both campaigns now believe virginia will be decided by the better ground game. after the candidates spent $86 million here on ad time and hundreds of hours in campaign time virginia is still up for grabs. wyatt andrews, leesburg, virginia. >> pelley: that meningitis outbreak has taken another life. it's spread to more than a third of the states with 409 cases reporting. the latest fatality brings the death toll to 30. the latest fatality brings the death toll to 30. a notorious mobster out of the hospital. that story coming up. your runny nose. [ sighs ] thank you! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! and it gave me my custom number. my arches needed more support until i got my number at the free dr. scholl's foot mapping center. i'm a believer! and you will be too! learn where to find your number at d
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